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2013 Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair
Date Saturday March 16
Time 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location Details
The Armory Community Center
14th Street and Mission, San Francisco
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorBound Together Books
The 18th annual San Francisco Anarchist Book Fair will be March 16 and 17, 2013.

For the first time, the book fair will be held at The Armory Community Center, located in San Francisco’s Mission District at the corner of 14th Street and Mission.

The Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair is a free two-day event presented by Bound Together Bookstore.

Each year, the book fair brings together over 75 radical booksellers, distributors, independent presses, and political groups from around the world, and features books, pamphlets, zines, art, crafts, and information. The two-day fair includes dozens of speakers, panels, and workshops as well as an art show. Previous vendors and speakers are listed on the website.
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by Zachary RunningWolf
(runningwolf.zachary [at] Thursday Mar 14th, 2013 12:15 PM
I hope the Anarchist Book Fair has gotten the message that Ward Churchill is an infiltrator and not part of the Indigenous community. Two years ago I confronted Mr. Churchill and told him if he got a paper cut all of his Indigenous (Cherokee) blood would spill out onto the floor. Mr Churchill and Russell (I beat up my one arm father in law) Means who set up a shadow AIM chapter in Colorado. This also needs to be noted that AIM is not an organization that should be invited as they are responsible for killing and raping Anne Mae Aquash (Mic Mac Warrior not an infiltrator) and their pathetic leader Dennis Banks who will not help UNA - United Native Americans in their time of need (ie. Dr Lehman Brightman and Quanah) which are facing eviction. Dr. Brightman once saved Dennis from the authorities. The Tree People and UNA are two local Indigenous groups who could come to the event a give a presentation.